Los Alamos County’s Parks Division is seeking feedback from Los Pueblos residents about possible uses for a parcel of land commonly referred to as Los Pueblos Park.
The parcel is included in the adopted Parks Master Plan, which envisioned limited, low-impact improvements be made to the parcel.
Several neighbors indicated during Master Plan meetings that they desired little or no improvements be made to the parcel.
Recently, a group of citizens has requested that the County install a new dog park at this location.
The Parks Division is interested in gathering feedback from neighbors in the Los Pueblos area who use the park about whether or not this type of improvement would be acceptable.
Parks Manager Dick McIntyre will hold an informal neighborhood meeting at 9 a.m., Saturday, June 9 at Los Pueblos Park to discuss the proposed dog park and gather feedback.
He will have aerial photos of the park area for neighbors to review.
Although the County is seeking public input, it is important to note that no funding is available for any improvements to be made at Los Pueblos Park at this time.
Funding sources would have to be identified in order for construction of a dog park or any other improvements to proceed.
For more information, call the Parks Division office at 662-8159 or e-mail comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.